Doyle was released by the Orioles Wednesday, MASN Sports reports. Doyle was a late bloomer in Baltimore's system, owning a 2.16 ERA and 1.00 WHIP between Double-A and Triple-A last year. He got off to a slow start, allowing 15 runs in 23 innings in four starts. After his strong performance last season, Doyle could catch a minor league deal with another team.
Doyle gave up four earned runs on eight hits over six innings in Triple-A Norfolk's 9-4 victory over Gwinnett on Sunday. Doyle is coming off a monster 2015 season between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk where he posted a 16-2 record, 2.16 ERA and 1.002 WHIP over 158.2 innings. If the 30-year-old righty can produce numbers even close to those in 2016, it will be hard-pressed for the Orioles to keep him in their farm system much longer.
Doyle agreed to a minor league contract with the Orioles on Saturday, Steve Melewski of MASN Sports reports. The 30-year-old right-hander will return for a second year in the Orioles' organization after enjoying his best season as a professional in 2015. Doyle went a combined 16-2 between Double-A and Triple-A, posting a 2.16 ERA, 1.00 WHIP and 110:22 K:BB in 158.2 innings. Despite the strong season, he is likely to serve merely as organizational depth again in 2016.
The White Sox signed pitcher Terry Doyle to a minor-league deal on Tuesday, according to Sportsnet.ca. Doyle spent last season under the Red Sox and posted a 4.89 ERA in 149 innings pitched in the minors.
The Red Sox announced Thursday they reassigned Chris Carpenter, Terry Doyle, Oscar Villarreal and Chris Hernandez to minor-league camp.
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